My latest design reveal is for an eight-year-old boy who was in dire need of a quiet space in the house to get his homework done and have some alone “boy time.” The room is relatively small and narrow, so we had to get creative with furniture placement and added a custom bench for extra […]
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A few weeks ago, on one of those warm end of summer days, I jumped in the back of a yellow taxi to visit the legendary Scalamandre townhouse. To be very honest, many moons ago, I saw the name Scalamandre and thought it was pronounced “salamander.” Say it with me, Scal-uh-mahn-dray. This legendary house of […]
Summer officially begins this week, and things have quickly warmed up with the stylish and super rooms posted in the Project Gallery. There were so many fantastic rooms to choose from, it was truly difficult to pick our six finalists. This is a nod to all of you, creative and talented readers, so keep up […]
In my last post, I shared all of my nursery projects. This week, I’m going to show where I am with my toddlers’ room. When we were planning nursery #3, we kicked it into high gear to get started on the other two boys’ shared room. You may remember the DIY toddler palette bed tutorial […]
It is hard to believe that I started contributing as a design expert for Project Nursery over three years ago. This first room is the nursery design that I have to thank for it! Here is a little recap of three different budget nurseries I have designed for my three boys over the last few years. […]
We love finding out what makes our favorite design mavens tick, and when we get a chance to pick their brains a bit, well it’s like Christmas has come early. That’s how we felt when Jennifer DeLonge was game to chat about her designs. Jennifer is, after all, the creative genius behind two collections for Franklin […]
Today, we’re thinking about nursery designs that are “eco-friendly”, “green”, and “sustainably made”. We’ve gotten our hands on some of the hottest eco-friendly nursery furniture on the market and one Project Nursery reader is going to get our help in designing a gorgeous nursery, using these pieces – Read on for a Fabulous Perk Alert! Featuring green/sustainable elements including non-toxic finishes, eco-friendly materials, and domestically made pieces…
We recently came across SPI Baby – a new line of furniture and accessories for kids, and found true love. The pieces are beautiful & the owners are our type of gals! The first piece that caught our eye was their fabulous glider
A little eye candy never hurt anyone. Today’s dose is provided by our gal Jennifer Delonge with the new Wing Recliner Glider. A welcome addition to her nursery seating collection, this glider has sleek lines and a modern attitude that screams “look at me”.
I find myself looking for inspiration these days in rooms which have “grown up” themes and accents. I love the idea of turning a child’s room slightly “topsy turvy” with a little bit of the eclectic. Rooms that have a element of surprise and uniqueness.